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Lieutenant Edward Brooks with his wife Beatrice, Georgia, United States, 29 Nov 1917Major General Edward Brooks with actor Cary Grant, 1943
Lieutenant Edward Brooks with his wife Beatrice, Georgia, United States, 29 Nov 1917Major General Edward Brooks with actor Cary Grant, 1943
Portrait of Major General Edward Brooks, 1940sColonel Sidney Hinds, General Dwight Eisenhower, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Major General Edward Brooks inspecting troops in Britain, 15 May 1944
Portrait of Major General Edward Brooks, 1940sColonel Sidney Hinds, General Dwight Eisenhower, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Major General Edward Brooks inspecting troops in Britain, 15 May 1944
Major General Edward Brooks (behind Eisenhower) demonstrating M1 Carbines to Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and Omar Bradley, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 1 of 2Major General Edward Brooks (behind Eisenhower) demonstrating M1 Carbines to Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and Omar Bradley, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 2 of 2
Major General Edward Brooks (behind Eisenhower) demonstrating M1 Carbines to Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and Omar Bradley, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 1 of 2Major General Edward Brooks (behind Eisenhower) demonstrating M1 Carbines to Dwight Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and Omar Bradley, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 2 of 2
Winston Churchill being shown various weapons, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 1 of 2; note Major General Edward Brooks in backgroundGeneral Dwight Eisenhower, Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Major General Edward Brooks, and Colonel Charles Palmer in France, 1944
Winston Churchill being shown various weapons, England, United Kingdom, 15 May 1944, photo 1 of 2; note Major General Edward Brooks in backgroundGeneral Dwight Eisenhower, Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, Major General Edward Brooks, and Colonel Charles Palmer in France, 1944
Portrait of Lieutenant General Edward Brooks, 19 Mar 1953; note writing by Colonel R. Potter Campbell, Jr. to Brooks
Portrait of Lieutenant General Edward Brooks, 19 Mar 1953; note writing by Colonel R. Potter Campbell, Jr. to Brooks' grandson Ted Kempster
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